[robotics-worldwide] [journals] CFP: Machines Journal - Special Issue on Sensors and Machines for Human Well-Being
bmin at cs.cmu.edu
Thu Jun 25 13:30:16 PDT 2015
Call for papers: Machines
Special Issue on "Sensors and Machines for Human Well-Being"
Paper Submission Deadline: December 31, 2015
Special Issue Information:
In the coming years, the usage of sensors will evolve from special use
to ubiquitous integration with most aspects of human life. The next
evolution of sensor applications will support an increase in human
well-being by directly enhancing the health, security, economics, and
safety of a normal person’s life. This enhancement will be enabled by
not only the actual sensor technology and application, but also by the
intelligent interfaces through which people communicate and interact
with the sensors.
This Special Issue will consist of papers encompassing the recent
advances in sensor science and technology that benefit the basic
well-being, safety, and security of humans. Papers showing human
integration and practical experimental results are particularly
encouraged, as are papers setting sensor advances in the wider context
of the well-being, safety, and security of humans.
Sensors; Machines; Robot; Human-robot Interaction; Safety; Security
Dr. Eric T. Matson (Purdue University, USA)
Dr. Byung-Cheol Min (Carnegie Mellon University, USA)
Dr. Donghan Kim (Kyung Hee University, Korea)
For additional details, please visit at:
Byung-Cheol Min, Ph.D.
The Robotics Institute
Carnegie Mellon University
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